Les communautés antillaises aux États-Unis : entre métropolisation et logiques réticulaires transnationales

Abstract : The paper focuses on the metropolization of the West Indian international migratory fields and explores immigrants’ strategies of insertion in North America’s big cities and the making of social and business transnational networks. Transnational dynamics seems to be connected to metropolitan sociospatial segmentation revealed by West Indian experience in the United States. The strong metropolization of Caribbean migratory fields in the United States raises the question of social and spatial distance within two major immigration places – New York and Miami. It also deals with its implications on urban isolation reconsidered by transnational social strategies.
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Cédric Audebert. Les communautés antillaises aux États-Unis : entre métropolisation et logiques réticulaires transnationales. Espace Populations Sociétés, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 2006, Diasporas et grandes métropoles, pp.137-149. ⟨10.4000/eps.1411⟩. ⟨hal-01952080⟩

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